Early 1997, Gary Nunez quit Third Frequency and was replaced by the versatile and awesome Amanda Klimek. Amanda had been a bass major at Rutgers Mason Gross program and had been playing bass since she could remember. With this, Third Frequency regrouped and wrote an avalanche of new songs, more raging and less-polished than their previous Butter Children library. Third Frequency also increased their fanbase from playing at the notable Desmond's Tavern in NYC, to the bar scene of Lovesexy, Hoboken, all the way to The Saint in Asbury Park. They also learned 50 various covers, and played numerous half originals/half covers shows at their regular spot Changes Cafe in Hackensack, NJ. No words or phrases can describe the fresh sound or the pure animal drama the band portrays on stage. Blood on the equipment is a pretty good indicator of this.
Recently, drummer Ted Chernishuk indirectly left the band. Picking up where he left off is versatile Heath McLaughlin, a fresh and welcome addition to the band. Third Frequency is a band that should not be missed. Their brand is "thoughtful, intelligent, provocative rock music", as hailed by Jersey Beat Magazine. Check out their debut album "Butter Children" and their recent critically-acclaimed "Not Yet But Soon". Basically, check them out before you die.
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